Sabine graduated as biological technical assistant (BTA) in Olsberg and additionally accomplished the qualification for university entrance. In fall 2000, she joined the Institute of Biochemistry II and started to work in the groups of Prof. Dr. Werner Müller-Esterl and Prof Dr. Stefanie Oess focusing on cardiovascular signaling. During this time Sabine gained broad expertise in protein purification, techniques in mouse genetics, histological processing and immunohistochemistry. In 2011, she continued her work at the IBCII in the Autophagy Signaling group of Prof. Dr. Christian Behrends and was responsible for the lab management and broadened her knowledge in different cloning techniques. Since 2017, Sabine has been sharing her time supporting the recently formed Protein Quality Control group of Dr. Christian Münch as well as the team of the in-house Mass Spectrometry Unit.